A Mount Airy man and woman were arrested on home invasion and assault charges Saturday.
Amanda Lynn Conners, 38, and Jeffrey Alan Myers, 32, both of the 13000 block of Penn Shop Road, have been charged with home invasion, first-degree assault, conspiracy to commit first-degree assault and second-degree assault, according to electronic court records.
A Carroll County Sheriff’s deputy responded to Ashley Mobile Home Park, 5934 Woodbine Road, for a possible first-degree assault. The deputy made contact with a man Friday, Dec. 13, who told him that on Thursday, he made contact with a female on the phone. The man said he then gathered the female’s belongings and placed them outside the trailer so she could retrieve them the next day, according to the statement.
At about 10:30 p.m. Thursday, the man heard car doors slamming and saw two people loading the belongings into a blue car, according to the statement. The two people were identified as Conners and Myers.
The man said he recognized Conners and Myers, who were friends with the mother of the woman whose belongings were outside, according to the statement. The man said he walked back to his bedroom when someone was banging on his sliding glass door, according to the statement.
The man said Myers “immediately demanded” that he come outside and help load the items in the vehicle, to which the man declined, according to the statement. The man said he then closed the sliding door and attempted to lock it by securing it with a bat, at which time Myers allegedly opened the door and shoved the man against his living room wall. The man then said he shoved Myers out the front door, according to the statement.
The man said as soon as Myers was pushed out the door, Conners entered the trailer and pointed a black snub nose revolver in the man’s face. She then allegedly told the man he “will die,” according to the statement.
The man grabbed Conners and shoved her out the door, and then Myers allegedly reentered the trailer and grabbed the man. The man then pushed Myers back out of the trailer, according to the statement.
The man then closed the door and ran out of the trailer, and ran to his brother’s neighboring trailer. The man and his brother then returned to the location, where the two and several neighbors engaged in a verbal altercation with Conners and Myers.
The man then went to bed, and called police the following day, according to the statement.
Both Conners and Myers were both originally held without bond, though after a bail review hearing Monday, were released on $1,000 bond.